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RE: Personal Topics

Postby grady » Fri Mar 18, 2005 12:03 am

No Badfinger,,,definitely NOT "such as me".

and finally,,,,,you tell us "the rest of the story".
It's about time you did.

That was the major problem I had with the whole story,,,,,,,

YOU never told us that something was done about the situation,,,,you only stated the woman left the Board and came back under another identity.

One of my posts stated that there should have been something done other than leaving theboard,,,changing identity.

Only now are you informing us that something was done to stop the problem.

That was the major issue I had with the whole situation.

I have no sympathy for people who are victims of such things and do not try to do something about it other than run and hide.

As we all can now see,,,,,that was not the case.

I think it is pretty low of someone to do the things that were done to this Woman.
That kind of person is dispicable.
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RE: Personal Topics

Postby rustyslide » Fri Mar 18, 2005 5:19 am

I don't see a problem with people that don't feel comfortable sharing their personal information; people have a right to privacy.

I also have no trouble believing that someone was harassed, having a few friends that have been 'stalked' by creeps off the 'net; we've had all sorts of jokers pass through this forum, and oodles of people that just lurk.

Just because someone's apparently hiding something doesn't mean that they're up to no good nor that they even have anything that's particularly worth hiding (obviously it's worth something to them). [strong]It's their right to do so.[/strong]

I personally don't mind sharing the information that's in my profile as it's not the sort of privacy I value.
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RE: Personal Topics

Postby srvlives » Fri Mar 18, 2005 5:33 am

[updated:LAST EDITED ON Mar-18-05 AT 00:34 AM (EST)]Did I tell you that I went to see George Thorogood the other night?... and I only got two replies, neither were related to the subject of the concert itself.

While I appreciate the comments that were made, the number of replies in this thread seem to indicate where most of the blues lovers heads be at on this board.

Let sleeping dogs lie and let's get back to the music....

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RE: Personal Topics

Postby grady » Fri Mar 18, 2005 5:55 am

I love George Thorogood !!!

He's a really nice guy and is always quick to point people to John Lee Hooker,,Muddy Waters,,RJ,,etc. when complimented on his music.

I had a chance to have a few drinks with him a long time ago in Atlanta after his show.

Super nice guy.
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RE: Personal Topics

Postby srvlives » Fri Mar 18, 2005 6:03 am

I believe you may have had a few drinks... I doubt if George would have limited himself so! :)

I believe he would be an approachable kinda guy, do I have to guess what it is you drank?

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RE: Personal Topics

Postby grady » Fri Mar 18, 2005 6:04 am

I always drank Crown Royal.

To be honest with you,,,I don't remember what George was drinking.
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RE: Personal Topics

Postby srvlives » Fri Mar 18, 2005 6:08 am

I was thinking maybe bourbon, scotch and beer?

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RE: Personal Topics

Postby grady » Fri Mar 18, 2005 6:12 am

It was a dark Liquor,,,I do remember that much.
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RE: Personal Topics

Postby bruneau » Mon Apr 18, 2005 8:42 pm

Did Raiph appeared on the board after this ?
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